In computer science, AI is defined as the study of "intelligent agents." These devices absorb information about their environment and take actions. Join our AI Group for online learning, discussion of AI development platforms, and more.
Business of Engineering: learn how successful electronic engineers have launched their companies. We explore important issues like how to protect your invention, different ways to set up your company, the realities of leaving your day job, and how to build
As embedded electronics continues to transform our lives, engineers around the globe are looking for ways to increase their coding chops. To help engineers meet this need, element14 has unveiled Code Exchange-- a place where engineers can help each other.
This group discusses the latest trends, products, assembly, and applications of interconnect tecnology, including wire-to-board, board-to-board, wire-to-wire, card edge, stacking connectors, high spped connectors, and terminal blocks.
Digital Signal Processors (DSPs) are processors whose hardware, software, and instruction sets are optimized for high-speed numeric processing applications, an essential for processing digital data representing analogue signals in real time.
The Internet of Things (#IoT) becomes a popular industry topic and data illustrating perspectives are very impressive: IHS predicts 29.2 billion of connected devices by 2020. Huge opportunity! Let's discuss about technology, market trends and solutions
Motors & Drives discusses the latest trends in motion control and AC or DC motor technology, including FOC, sensorless control, converters, inverters, variable frequency drives, EV powerplants and charging stations.
What is the connection between Open Source Hardware and traditional engineering companies. How can professionals & hobbyists learn from each other.
What can hardware developers learn from Open Source Software.
element14's Power & Energy group is where an engineer or a maker can learn about AC/DC power, DC/DC converters, switching regulators, LDOs, ultra-low power, energy harvesting, energy storage, supercapacitors, and power management ICs.